- Hobo Sleeping Bag / Sleeping Pad Combo
- Hobo Hammock Bug Net
- Hobo Hammock Rain Fly
And here is the best part – you will be able to ship in your old sleeping bag that can be repaired and then given to the homeless!
I told you – Hobo Hammocks is the Hammock company with the big heart. And remember, that your hammock already comes with an unprecedented unconditional lifetime warranty.
Hobo Sleeping Bag:
- 2 size choices – 1 mummy and 1 rectangle
- Targeting 0 degrees temperature rating
- We’ll use synthetic insulation
- We are targeting a price of $150 for BOTH the sleeping bag with the sleeping pad
- Lifetime unconditional warranty included
- Optimistically will launch the kickstarter by the end of October
HCRB: What happens if I buy it online and it just doesn’t fit me?
Jake: Unconditional warranty
HCRB: Will I be able to ship in my old sleeping bag to help the homeless?
Jake: ABSOLUTELY! We’ll put together a discount for those who want to swap out
Hobo Bug Net:
HCRB: Will it be attached to the new hammock?
Jake: Yes, via zipper.
HCRB: Can it be an add-on option for my current model of Hobo Hammock?
Jake: We may have this option in the future, but not at first.
HCRB: How about the Warranty?
Jake: Lifetime unconditional.
HCRB: Price range target?
Jake: Hoping for $74
HCRB: Targeted launch date?
Jake: End of year
Hobo Rain Fly
- Hoping to launch at end of year
- Price will be $30-$50
- And the Hobo Rain Fly will come with a lifetime warranty
HCRBeta is an enthusiastic supporter of Hobo Hammocks and their mission to assist the homeless.
And, we are Hobo Hammock affiliates, too. Every time you purchase Hobo Hammocks through the links at HCRBeta, we receive a referral fee at no cost to you. Thank you!
If you are ready to purchase your new hammock from Hobo Hammocks, you can use this link.
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Jason Clements is the founder of and writer for HCRBeta, Hike Climb Relax: How to… He lives in Shawnee, Kansas and also runs the cell phone recycling company, Cells for Cells, which recycles cell phones to raise money for families battling cancer. You can follow Jason on Facebook or on Twitter @jasonclements.